Bill Torpy: WWII vets keep the flame burning — in lockdown — 75 years later

They’ve seen just about everything, but nothing like the coronavirus.This week, Hilbert Margol should have been wandering around Munich and the nearby Dachau concentration camp he came across 75 years ago as a stunned young soldier.Margol and his twin, Howard, who is now gone, were among the first Americans to stumble upon the horrific operation. Their artillery unit had set up nearby and they went to investigate an odor.They came across boxcars and opened a door. “It was filled with bodies in grotesque positions,” he said. They entered the compound. It was deadly quiet with survivors staring …

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